Such an unprecedented time in our history. The COVID-19 pandemic is having an impact on the health of our loved ones, the businesses we rely upon, the health of the global economy, and the way we live our daily lives as we continue to navigate through these unique and evolving challenges.
We’d like to extend our heartfelt thanks, appreciation, respect and love to everyone who is, and have been doing what it takes to keep us all safe, entertained and connected. We’re delighted to announce the Finalists of the ‘Covid Hero’ nominations.
We were really impressed with all the nominations which were then whittled down by our equally impressive line-up of Judges. Choosing the final three for each category was incredibly tough but it was managed by looking at the creativity, consideration, inner strength, support, resilience, tenacity, sacrifices and selflessness portrayed from the Finalists.
No additional voting required, the final winner from each of the categories will be decided by our esteemed Judges and announced on the night.
Outstanding Service to Health and Social Care
Kwame Osei Owusu (London)
Nu Gen Care CIC (Coventry)
Leon Mundell (Manchester)
Outstanding Contribution to Key Public Services
Alexander Richards (Notingham)
Sistah Space (London)
Strictly Law (London)
Outstanding Service to the Food and Necessities Industry
Latifi Amoussa (Greenwich)
Ronier Deumeni (Glasgow)
Percival Rainford (London)
Outstanding Frontline Service to Public Safety and National Security
Deana Crossfield (London)
Martyn Linton (Hertfordshire)
Evrad Kameugne Kounchou (Lewisham)